Vittal Hari
Vittal Hari
Researcher, UFZ–Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany
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Diametric changes in trends and patterns of extreme rainfall over India from pre‐1950 to post‐1950
H Vittal, S Karmakar, S Ghosh
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (12), 3253-3258, 2013
Indian summer monsoon rainfall: implications of contrasting trends in the spatial variability of means and extremes
S Ghosh, H Vittal, T Sharma, S Karmakar, KS Kasiviswanathan, ...
PLoS One 11 (7), e0158670, 2016
Do dynamic regional models add value to the global model projections of Indian monsoon?
S Singh, S Ghosh, AS Sahana, H Vittal, S Karmakar
Climate Dynamics 48 (3), 1375-1397, 2017
A framework for multivariate data-based at-site flood frequency analysis: Essentiality of the conjugal application of parametric and nonparametric approaches
H Vittal, J Singh, P Kumar, S Karmakar
Journal of Hydrology 525, 658–675, 2015
Lack of dependence of Indian summer monsoon rainfall extremes on temperature: an observational evidence
H Vittal, S Ghosh, S Karmakar, A Pathak, R Murtugudde
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
Urbanization causes nonstationarity in Indian summer monsoon rainfall extremes
J Singh, H Vittal, S Karmakar, S Ghosh, D Niyogi
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (21), 11,269-11,277, 2016
Understanding the cascade of GCM and downscaling uncertainties in hydro‐climatic projections over India
T Sharma, H Vittal, S Chhabra, K Salvi, S Ghosh, S Karmakar
International Journal of Climatology 38, e178-e190, 2018
A novel catalytic route to degrade paracetamol by Fenton process
B Manu, S Mahamood, H Vittal, S Shrihari
International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment 1 (1), 157-164, 2011
Future projections of Indian summer monsoon rainfall extremes over India with statistical downscaling and its consistency with observed characteristics
K Shashikanth, S Ghosh, H Vittal, S Karmakar
Climate dynamics 51 (1-2), 1-15, 2018
A framework for investigating the diagnostic trend in stationary and nonstationary flood frequency analyses under changing climate
J Singh, H Vittal, T Singh, S Karmakar, S Ghosh
Journal of Climate Change 1 (1, 2), 47-65, 2015
A new bivariate risk classifier for flood management considering hazard and socio-economic dimensions
MP Mohanty, H Vittal, V Yadav, S Ghosh, GS Rao, S Karmakar
Journal of Environmental Management 255, 109733, 2020
At-site design rainfall estimation with diagnostic check for nonstationarity: An application to Mumbai rainfall datasets
S Sen, H Vittal, T Singh, J Singh, S Karmakar
Hydro, IIT Madras, 4-6, 2013
Role of vertical velocity in improving finer scale statistical downscaling for projection of extreme precipitation
A Gusain, H Vittal, S Kulkarni, S Ghosh, S Karmakar
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 137 (1-2), 791-804, 2019
Potential Impacts of Anthropogenic Forcing on the Frequency of Tropical Depressions in the North Indian Ocean in 2018
W Zhang, V Hari, G Villarini
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 7 (12), 436, 2019
A comprehensive India-wide social vulnerability analysis: highlighting its influence on hydro-climatic risk
H Vittal, S Karmakar, S Ghosh, R Murtugudde
Environmental Research Letters 15 (1), 014005, 2020
Fidelity of global climate models in representing the horizontal water vapour transport
V Hari, G Villarini, W Zhang
International Journal of Climatology, 2020
Increasing agricultural risk to hydro-climatic extremes in India
T Sharma, H Vittal, S Karmakar, S Ghosh
Environmental Research Letters 15 (3), 034010, 2020
Early prediction of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall by the Atlantic Meridional Mode
H Vittal, G Villarini, W Zhang
Climate Dynamics 54 (3-4), 2337-2346, 2020
On the role of the atlantic ocean in exacerbating indian heat waves
H Vittal, G Villarini, W Zhang
Climate Dynamics 54 (3), 1887-1896, 2020
A Comprehensive Social Vulnerability Analysis at a National Scale
H Vittal, S Karmakar
Climate Change Signals and Response, 163-176, 2019
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